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Using nonprinting design tools

Using nonprinting design tools: Adobe Certified Associate Prep: InDesign
Using nonprinting design tools: Adobe Certified Associate Prep: InDesign

Some of the most useful tools in InDesign aren’t used to create page items at all. Instead, they create the underlying structure of your document, helping you to position items, and output them correctly. These are things like rulers, guides, grids, bleed, and slug. In this video, Mike shows how to work with each of these important tools.

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Skill Level Intermediate
2h 45m
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Design Page Layout InDesign

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